Project 365, Day 135; Raindrops

Looked out a window as I was about to get in the car to run some errands at noon today; it was looking rather dark and menacing outside

I turned away from the car door, and went over by the window to see a bird zoom across the yard into the safety of a big pine tree with huge leafy branches; and the first fat drops of rain began to come down. I’m glad I hadn’t left the house before the deluge started. I’d hate to be caught scurrying along a sidewalk getting all wet.

I found out later that there had been a tornado just fifteen miles from here.

Photos by Angeline M

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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16 Responses to Project 365, Day 135; Raindrops

  1. jeanne says:

    I love the rain…so long as I am not actually standing in it.

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  2. Madhu says:

    Lovely shots! The second image does look ominous!

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  3. doephotog says:

    Nice close up shot of the rain. Always seems to bring out the snails too!

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  4. Adam Allegro says:

    I hope everyone was ok! I have never seen a tornado before… guess that is a good thing?? Nice shots!

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  5. I hope you and your family are safe. Tornados and all natural calamities are scary and turn our world upside down. Thank you for sharing this post and for the recent comment. Even if the world may be gray, cold, or rainy….we can always feel sunshine and joy in our hearts. All we need is to light it up with love. As for your comment, you read my mind. If it’s God’s will, I hope it happens soon…take care.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks IT. We are safe. And, you are so right…sunshine in our hearts is where it matters.
      I could hear the longing in your words for home and family. *fingers crossed* and prayers offered that things work out with your plans.

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  6. theartmotel says:

    I Love rain…but have utmost respect for BIG weather!

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